There’s been celebration but also consternation among Bostonians, since their city was chosen as the U.S. candidate to host the twenty-twenty-fours summer games. Boosters foresee economic growth, while opponents warn of logistical and financial nightmares. Meanwhile, Granite Staters are wondering what’s in it for them.
- Mark Arsenault – reporter for the Boston Globe
- Chris Dempsey - co-chair of No Boston Olympics, a group that has been organizing opposition to the bid
- Rich Davey - CEO of Boston 2024
- Tom Galligani - Nashua’s economic development director
- Charlie Arlinghaus – president of the Josiah Bartlett Center, and public policy columnist for the New Hampshire Union Leader